From renting/buying the tools you need to do it yourself to having an experienced Allfasteners rep come to site to perform pull test, Allfasteners has pull testing services to suit any project.
Need help will a pull test? Check out how Allfasteners can come to site with the recommended anchors, supplies and tools to conduct a pull test for you with our onsite pull testing service.
The best thing about our pull tests - they can be conducted during the construction of the project or after, so you don't have to worry about missing your opportunity.
Our team has been conducting pull tests in just about every substrate for decades. Their honest and clear advice will help you get your project done safe.
Don't need help conducting a pull test? But need the tools to do so? No problem! Check out our range of Hydrajaws® line of pull testers and accessories.
For decades, Hydrajaws® has developed portable tension tester to check for the crucial holding force of anchors and other fixtures in construction substrates.
Whether you require a replacement part or an entire model, Allfasteners has everything you'll need to conduct a pull test.
Onsite pull tests are designed to find the resistance of the base materials you are working with – so you can determine the right anchor for your project. Whether the material is concrete, terracotta, hollow brick or any other substrate pull tests are the best way to test your anchors to failure.
Pull tests are typically conducted for one of the following reasons:
The list of benefits that come from conducting a pull test on anchors, threaded rod or other fasteners on the jobsite is endless. Read more about how pull tests can affect your projects performance and other related topics surrounding pull tests.
For anchor bolts, eyebolts, scaffolding and threaded rod embedment, the best way to test the fasteners strength and durability is by performing a pull test.
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